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With more than 15 years of experience in criminal and civil litigation, Haussmann Legal is best placed to understand these limitations in order to best advise its clients and provide them with the best legal support in the drafting of contractual clauses. , enter into contracts or other processes necessary to defend their interests. SNC La Villa H reserves the right to modify these legal conditions at any time. Users therefore undertake to regularly consult these conditions. In 1867, one of the leaders of the parliamentary opposition to Napoleon, Jules Ferry, derided Haussmann`s accounting practices as Haussmann`s Les Comptes fantastiques, a play on words based on Offenbach`s then-popular operetta “Les Contes d`Hoffman.” [37] In the autumn of 1867, the bond program was classified by the Court of Auditors as an official debt and not as a “deferral of payment”, as Haussmann claimed. This made the coupon system illegal, as the city of Paris had not obtained approval from the Legislative Assembly before borrowing. The city was forced to renegotiate with Crédit Foncier to convert the bonds into regular debt. Two separate agreements have been concluded with Crédit Foncier; The city agreed to repay a total of 465 million Swiss francs over 40 and 39 years. [38] Debates in the Legislative Assembly on the approval of these new agreements lasted 11 sessions, with critics attacking Haussmann`s loans, dubious financing mechanisms, and the governance structure of the city of Paris. [39] The result was a new law passed on April 18, 1868, giving the Legislative Assembly control over the city`s finances. [40] Users of the Website confirm that they have the skills and resources to access and use this Website, as well as the legal capacity to visit this Website or any page directly accessible through this Website and to enter into a contract of any kind.

Users of the “” site confirm that they have verified that the configuration they are using does not contain viruses and that it is in perfect condition. The user confirms that he has been informed that the “” website is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except in cases of force majeure, computer problems, difficulties related to the structure of telecommunications networks or technical or maintenance difficulties. Verification of the authenticity of the signatures of a legal document and the identity of its signatories. The underground labyrinth built by Haussmann also provided gas for heating and light to illuminate Paris. At the beginning of the Second Empire, gas was supplied by six different private companies. Haussmann forced them to merge into a single company, the Compagnie parisienne d`éclairage et de chauffage par le gaz, with the right to supply Parisians with gas for fifty years. Gas consumption tripled between 1855 and 1859. In 1850, there were only 9000 gas lamps in Paris; In 1867, the Paris Opera and four other major theatres alone had fifteen thousand gas lamps. Almost all new residential buildings in Paris had gas lamps in courtyards and stairwells; The monuments and public buildings of Paris, the arcades of the rue de Rivoli and the squares, boulevards and streets were lit by gas lamps at night. For the first time, Paris was the City of Light. [58] To thank Haussmann for his work, Napoleon III proposed in 1857 that Haussmann be appointed a member of the French Senate and that he receive an honorary title, as he had done for some of his generals. Haussmann applied for the title of baron, which, as he says in his memoirs, had been the title of his maternal grandfather, Georges Frédéric, Baron Dentzel, general under the first Napoleon, of whom Haussmann was the only surviving male descendant.

[18] [19] According to his memoirs, he joked that he could consider the title aqueduct (a play on the French words for “duc” and “aqueduc”), but that there was no such title. However, this use of the baron is not officially authorized, and he remains legally Monsieur Haussmann. [20] The purpose of the website is to provide information on all the activities of the Comité Haussmann in Paris. The Comité Haussmann Paris strives to ensure that its information on the site is as accurate as possible. However, it cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and deficiencies in the update, whether by itself or by third parties who provide it with this information. All the information provided on the site is indicative and is subject to change.